The Easiest Heart Crochet Pattern Ever!

This is the easiest heart crochet pattern ever! 🙂

Okay, I know I’m making a huge claim here. And there’s like 50,000 heart crochet patterns out there, and of course I can’t look at every one, so who’s to say this one is really the easiest?

I’ll tell you why. 🙂

1. This heart crochet pattern is really frigging easy. The first round is all double crochet and a slip stitch. It gets its heart shape all in the second round.
2. There’s only two rounds.
3. There are instructions with pictures below the pattern. Not only is it easy, you get to see how easy it is.

And of course these are great to make for Valentine’s Day! 🙂

Materials:

Size I (5.50mm) crochet hook
Scissors
Tapestry or yarn needle
Red Heart Super Saver Yarn where to buy

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Abbreviations:

sl st = slip stitch
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
trc = treble crochet
st(s) = stitch(es)

Directions:

ch 5; join with sl st to form a loop.

Round 1:
ch 3. 10 dc and 1 sl st in first ch st.

Round 2:
ch 3; 3 trc in same st.
3 trc in next st.
1 dc, 1 hdc in next st.
1 sc in next 2 sts.
1 sc, 1 dc, 1 sc in next st.
1 sc in next 2 sts.
1 hdc, 1 dc in next st.
3 trc in next st.
3 trc, 1 dc in next st.
sl st in first st.
Cut yarn, tie off, and weave in ends.

See how easy? No? Then take a looksee below. The pictures show the pattern being worked from left to right because I am left handed. This pattern is symmetrical, so it can be worked either left to right or right to left and achieve the same results.

Chain 5; join with slip stitch to form a loop. Chain 3 up from loop.

Double crochet 10 stitches.

Slip stitch finishes round 1.

Chain up from slip stitch to start round 2.

Work the first 3 triple crochet in the same stitch as the slip stitch.

Halfway point on the second round; just finished the single crochet 1, double crochet 1, single crochet 1 in the same stitch (forms the point at the bottom of the heart).

Finishing the second round; slip stitch in the first stitch (the stitch that you chained up from to begin the second round.

All finished! See, told you they were easy! 🙂

Source: https://www.thepaintedhinge.com/2014/02/10/easiest-heart-crochet-pattern-ever/

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